Homeschool vs Public School Statistics Infographic
I realize that not all WriteAtHome students, and certainly not all of our regular blog visitors, are homeschoolers, but the great majority of WriteAtHome families choose to educate at home. I thought, therefore, that you would appreciate this new infographic from the folks at College@Home.
The parts I found most interesting are:
- The statistics that show neither household income nor the amount spent on homeschooling has any significant effect on student success.
- The “socialization” score that places homeschoolers much higher than public schoolers. I’m curious about how they measure that, by the way.
It’s not that I’m surprised that homeschoolers are better “socialized,” since I can’t think of an institution that, generally speaking, does a poorer job of socializing than public high schools (at least from my experience).
I’d love to hear what you think about this!
Created by: College At Home
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